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BIHDIM LETNOV 1 1922 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 
TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 

CUNEIFORM TABLETS IN THE LIBRARY OF 
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY 



EDWARD CHIERA, PH.D. 

HARRISON RESEARCH FELLOW IN SEMITICS 




PREFACE 

In the spring of 1917 the late Professor Morris Jastrow, Jr., of the 
University of Pennsylvania, called my attention to a large collection of 
cuneiform tablets which are kept in the Library of Princeton Univer- 
sity. The bulk of the documents had been presented by the late Professor 
Rudolph E. Briinnow, this being augmented by gifts from other alumni 
and friends of the University, viz., Messrs. Sheldon Franklin, Robert 
Garrett, Kenneth Campbell Kirtland, Cyrus Hall McCormick, John 
Leverett Moore, Russell Wellman Moore, Charles Allen Munn, Richard 
Wayne Parker, Moses Taylor Pyne, Simeon H. Rollinson, Martin 
Dasher Wylly, and Miss Edith Ward. 

As a result of a correspondence between Professor Jastrow and Pro- 
fessor Richardson, the Librarian of Princeton University, I was asked 
to prepare a catalogue of the entire collection. This was soon completed, 
but its appearance has been greatly delayed on account of the war. 

As a quick perusal of the catalogue will show, the Princeton Library 
Collection is chiefly composed of documents of the Ur Dynasty. The 
three chief sources of tablets of that period, Telloh, Yokha and Drehem. 
are almost equally represented. Some of the specimens, and especially 
those from Telloh, are of a remarkably large size and find their counter- 
part in those from the same site now preserved in the Berlin Museum. 
Very remarkable also is a collection of unopened case tablets from Umma, 
which are perfectly preserved and covered with splendid seal impressions. 
Lastly, the Princeton Library is fortunate in possessing a group of about 
sixty seal cylinders gathered by the late Dr. W. H. Ward, the eminent 
authority in this field. 

The Library authorities felt that at least a portion, of such material 
should be placed at the disposal of scholars. Accordingly, I have gath- 
ered in this volume all of the largest Telloh documents and some of the 



VI PREFACE 

best Yokha texts. If conditions permit, this volume will be followed by 
others, until all the texts of any importance shall have been published. 

I am very much indebted to Professors E. C. Richardson, J. T. Ger- 
ould and H. B. Van Hoesen, of the Princeton Library, for having done 
so much to facilitate the preparation of this volume. To my beloved 
teacher, Professor Morris Jastrow, Jr., whose sudden death has caused 
such a great loss to science, I shall never be able to fully express my 
thanks both for the active interest he took in this special work, and 'for 
his constant help and encouragement. 

EDWARD CHIERA. 
Dec. 15, 1921 

University of Pennsylvania 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



INTRODUCTION 

The documents here published belong to that class of temple accounts 
which have enabled us to form a very clear knowledge of the life and 
conditions of a very distant past. In the 23rd and 24th centuries B. C. a 
great civilization had already developed in Southern Babylonia. This 
flourished especially under the shadow of the great temples, which had 
become the centers of both civil and religious life. 

Enormous quantities of offerings of the most varied character were 
daily brought to the temples. These gifts were not all voluntary offerings 
and some were more or less disguised imposts. A strong force of scribes 
kept strict account of all that was brought in and of all the expenses in- 
curred. Ledgers were kept in which, at the close of the month or of the 
year, the scribes carefully noted what was received and paid out. An 
account was also kept of the wages paid to a large army of laborers, 
weavers, flour-grinders, etc., men, women and children. The large tab- 
lets published in this volume are specimens of these old Babylonian 
ledgers. 

But the scribes, in their endeavour to keep account of all receipts and 
expenses, were confronted by the impossibility of using a tablet for a 
continuous record of all transactions as soon as completed. As is well 
known, the old Babylonians used to write on soft clay, on which they 
impressed their characters by means of a wooden stylus. A clay tablet 
could not be kept moist for an indefinite period and the scribes, thus 
limited to using a tablet while it was soft, had to use separate tablets for 
marking down all their entries and expenses as they occurred. They 
also had to prepare separate receipts for all expenses incurred. All these 
memoranda and receipts were carefully stored away, into specially con- 
structed baskets, to which clay labels were attached. At the end of the 
month or of the year, a "ledger" was prepared, in which all the individual 
transactions were carefully noted, and general totals added. In some 
instances, in spite of the great care exercised by the scribes, some receipts 
were lost or mislaid. In such a case the ledger had an entry (e.g. Text 17, 
Col. II) : "One talent, 25 manas of wool : there is no receipt". 

It has already been stated that many of the gifts which the temples 
received were more or less of the nature of imposts: it was therefore 



2 SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 

in the interest of the giver to obtain a regular receipt. These receipts 
were carefully drawn and, while the tablet was still soft, were enclosed 
in clay envelopes and duly sealed. 

It is to this last class of receipts and small accounts that the majority 
of the tablets found in the temple archives of Telloh, Yokha and Drehem 
belong. The latest and most complete discussion of the documents from 
Drehem has been given by L. Legrain: Les Temps des Rois d'Ur 
(Paris, 1912). The tablets from Yokha (ancient Umma) have been 
studied by G. Conteneau : Contribution a 1'Histoire Economique d'Umma 
(Paris, 1915). A very important collection of Telloh tablets, now in the 
Berlin Museum has been published by G. Reisner : Tempelurkunden aus 
Telloh (Berlin, 1901). 

The character of the large tablets from Telloh in the Princeton Li- 
brary and of those now in the Berlin Museum is identical. Since in both 
collections the large tablets are fragmentary, it is quite likely that some 
fragments in the Princeton collection will turn out to be portions of 
tablets in the Berlin Museum. 



TRANSLATION OF SPECIMEN TEXTS 

In selecting special texts for translation, I have endeavored to offer a 
representative group of the different types of documents. Since it 
would have been manifestly impossible to give the large tablets in their 
entirety, only the first column has been translated together with the last 
column, which furnishes a general summary of the whole document. 



30 

Assignment of laborers 



i. 41 kal 

nu-banda nr- d nin-gir-su 
34 nu-banda ur-sag-ga 
34 PA lii- d dumu-zi 

5. 30-lal-i PA na-ba-sag 
nu-banda Ur- d utu 
21 PA ^nin-ma^-ka 

nu-banda igi-zu-bar-ra 



41 laborers 

(their) chief is Ur-*Ningirsii 

34, chief Ur-shagga 

34, superintendent Lu-^Dumuzi 

29, superintendent Nabashag 

(and their) chief is Ln- d Utu. 

27, (under) the superintendent of 

*Ninmar 
(their ) chief is Igizubarra. 



sumgin 120+40+5 kal 
10. sa-bi-ta 

20 gi-il e-uz-ga 
10 e-gud-gaz 
10 e-niu 
30 lugal-ra-ns-sa 

I S- *5 gi'-pes-esir 

5 nig-gu-na-gis-kin-ti 

10 mar-sa da-da 

2 ka e-gal ki ur- d ba-u 

i id ka-lum 

20. / zid-gar-ra as-an 
i ga-sar 



Total: 165 laborers. 

From these (have been assigned) : 

20 to carry reeds in the geese-house. 

10 to the slaughter house of the oxen. 

10 to the bakery. 

30 to the making of the beverage called 

lugal-ra-ussa. 

15 to the border of the asphalt well. 
5 to the property of the workshop. 
10 to the order of Dada. 
2 to the beverages of the palace, under 

ur- d Baii. 

i to (the manufacture of) date-oil, 
i to grinding of ash -an into flour. 
i to fish-grass. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



/ gu-pu 
i in-sar-sar 

i ki d utii-itsumgal 
i ki d nind-usumgal 
25. i ki za-na-a 
5 ki a-kal-la 
5 e gal-bi lugal 

5 e sukal-mag 

5 nig-ma-a nibru ki -ta 

30. 5 ki i-za-ri-ik 

i im-il ki lul-a-mu 
i im-il ki ur- d ba-u 
4 tu-ra 



i to the bank of the cistern. 

i to (the carrying of) the in-sar-sar- 

cereal. 

i under dUtu-ushumgal. 
i under d Nina-nshumgal. 
i under Zana. 
5 under Akalla. 
5 to the house of the /xa/fri-officer of the 

king. 

5 to the house of the grand-vizier. 
5 to the merchandise which came by ship 

from Nippur. 
5 under Izarik. 

i to carry clay under Lulauin. 
i to carry clay under Ur- l Bau. 
4 are ill. 



35- 



sit nig in 60 X 2-\-2l 

zig-ga 

24 uru-ta mi-e' 

ud-24-kam 

itu-ezen-^ne-gun 



Total: 161 workmen 

have been sent out ; 

24 have not left the city. 

24th day 

of the month Ezen- d N egnn. 

ANNOTATIONS 



This document from Telloh is strikingly similar to VA Th 2422, pub- 
lished by Reisner, Tempelurkimden, No. 173. To this same kind belong 
also In II (Inventaire des Tablettes dc Telloh, Vol. II) 970 and 3503; 
HLC (Barton, Haverford Library Collection} pi. 92, No. 96; pi. 104, 
No. 175; pi. 124, No. 268; Nies (Ur Dynasty Tablets) No. 41; CT 
VII, 47, 17775. 

It is noteworthy that most of the special expressions and names of 
objects occurring in this document are found only in other tablets of 
the same special kind. In the annotations below I have given only the 
most important variants, leaving out such instances in which the docu- 
ments agree. For other accurrences of id-ka-lum, in-sar-sar, etc., I 
simply refer to the tablets above quoted. 

1. ii. In II, 970 and 3503 omit gi-il and have e-se-pa(g}-ga XX-a-bi, 
i.e., "one man for every twenty animals." 

The il is a porter. In documents of this same period we find this 
designation in connection with a number of different things such as 



TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 5 

plants, n-il, In II, 790; RT11 (Reisncr, Tempelurkunden) 146, II, 15, 
pass.; straw, im-nu-il, RT11 2, III, 7, pass.; fishes, ga-il, VS XIV, 24, V; 
wood, gis-il, present volume, n, III, 26, etc.; m?-wood, gis-tna-nu-ll, 
In II, 970; Xies, 41; clay, im-il, Thureaii-Dangin, Rccucil, 173, Obv. ; 
milk, ga-il, HLC pi. 52, 2,11; flour, zid-il, kal zid-'il, HLC pi. 49, Xo. 
19, IV; RT11 149, Rev.; finally the unknown cereal often mentioned 
in this group of tablets, in-sar-sar-il, HLC pi. 104, Xo. 175 Rev. 

1. 12. HLC pi. 92, Xo. 96, reads: e-gud-gaz e-KA+$U-sa-sahar- d da- 
gan and e-gud-gaz nibru ki . 

1. 14. Lugal-ra-us-sa "second to the king", very probably "next to 
the best quality", i.e., "second quality". It must refer to some kind of 
beverage, because HLC p. 124, Xo. 268, has the variant kas lugal-ra-ns- 
sa. This is also mentioned in 3, III, 14 of the present volume. 

1. 15. HLC pi. 124, Xo. 268 reads gii-pes esir-ra; In II, 970 and 
3593 omit esir. HLC pi. 104, X~o. 175 reads gii-pes gub-ba. 

1. 16. Phonetic writing. Nig-gii-na = iinutu (Br. 12029). Gis-kin = 
kiskattn (SAI 4033). VA Th 2422 adds to this line: gir-sii ki -ta. 

1. 18. In II, 970 reads : nig-ka-dc e-gal "for the beverages in the 
palace". In II, 3503 and HLC pi. 104, Xo. 175 read: nig-ka-de e-gal 
gub-ba. 

1. 19. Oil was mixed with dates, thus forming a nutricious paste (Cf. 
Contenean, Ununa, p. xxxvi). In Reisner's Tempelurkunden (Index") 
we find the gi-pcit ia-ka-lnm, which is a reed basket used to hold this 
product. 

1. 20. Zid-gar-ra occurs again in this volume, 2, I, 12. In II, 970 
and others omit this line and substitute zid-a-tir. 

1. 21. Ga-sar is of difficult interpretation. In III, 5338, not belonging 
to this group, reads: / kal ud-VIII-sii imi-ga-sar gid-da "One laborer, 
for eight days, assigned to the long ga-sar-ship" . Since it is not very 
probable that a "long ship" could be used in a fish-pond, it would appear 
as if the ga-sar would be something denoting the cargo of the ship. The 
sar is probably the determinative for "herb, grass" and ga-sar appears 
to be some vegetation called "fish-grass". 

1.22. Reisner's Tempelurkunden 121, III, 17; VI, 13, pass, has 
in-sar, a product which is measured in gurs, probably some kind of cereal. 
In a list of articles of food (CBS 11082, found in Xippur) in-sar is 
mentioned, and is immediately followed by in-sar-sar. HLC pi. 104, 
No. 175 has the variant in-sar-sar-il. 

1. 23. VA Th 2422 after ki adds a-ka-a. 

1. 27. VA Th 2422 omits higal. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



21 

Account of flocks 



i. 2 udu 
I sil 

4 uz i mas 
i mas-go, 

5. e ur- d nun-gal 
8o-lal-i uz 
e ur- d ba-u-ta 

5 udu e ur-mes-ta 
31 udu i mas 

10. e lu- d nin-gir-su-ta 

sunigin 60+50+7 udu 

sunigin i sil 

sunigin 6 mas 

sunigin i mas-ga 
15. 60X2+5 

e-udu-bil ba-an-tur 

38 udu 6 sil 

i mas 

e-udu us-gid-da-ta 

20. e udu e-gal-ka ba-an-tur 

6oX2+40+2udu 8 mas 
6oo+6oX5-lal-2 udu 60 
+50+7 mas 

600+60X9+40+5 
c-udu-bil u c-udu-e-gal 



2 sheep, 
i lamb, 

4 goats, one kid, 
I sucking-kid 

from the house of Ur- d Nungal. 

79 goats 

from the house of Ur- d Bau. 

5 sheep from the house of Ur-mes. 
31 sheep i kid 

from the house of Lu- d Ningirsu. 

Total: 117 udu 

Total: i lamb 

Total : 6 kids. 

Total: I sucking-kid 

(Grand total) 125, 

which have been brought into the new 

sheepfold. 
38 sheep, 6 lambs 
i kid 
(which) from the sheepfold of Ush- 

gidda 
to the sheepfold of the palace have been 

brought in. 

(Grand total) 162 sheep, 8 goats. 
(In the stables already were) 898 sheep 

and 117 kids 
(Which, with the totals of 1. 21, make) 

1185, 

(now in) the new sheepfold and in the 
sheepfold of the palace. 



ANNOTATIONS 

L. 5. After ur-*nun-gal we should have expected the postposition ta. 
This is a scribal error. 

1. ii. In this total of 127 udu are also included the 79 uz of 1. 6. Cf. 
following note. 



TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 



1. 13. In this total of 6 mds are also included the 4 112 of 1. 3. This 
shows the terms employed are not used with a very precise meaning. 

1. 21. The eight mas correspond to the 6 on 1. 13, plus one mas-ga 
(1. 14), plus one in 1. 18. 

36 
List of offerings for the gods 

i lamb for "Enlil 

brought in by Ikshu- 

i lamb for *NMil 

brought in by Xahbir, the baker. 

i lamb for the god Shamash, 

i lamb for *Xinharsag, 

brought in by KA+SHU-sha-*IM, the 

sword carrier, 
i lamb for *Ninni f 
brought in by Lu-bal-shagga, the chief. 



5- 



i sil d en-[lil] 

mu-tum ik-sii- .... 

i sil d nil-[lil] 

mu-tum na-ah-bi-ir mu 

i sil d utu 

i sil d nin-gar-sag 

mu-tum KA+$U-sa-*IM 

is 

i sil *ninni 
mil-turn lii-bal-sag-ga nu- 

banda 
10. i sil d na-na-a 

mu-tum ki-ma-lu nu- 

banda 

i sil d nin-gul 
mu-tum ib-ni-anu nu- 

banda 

i sil lugal-banda 
15. mu-tum nu-nr- d is-tar 
zabar-kn maskim 
16 udu 24 ganam 
hi-gid e-mn 
mu iikiis-c-iw-sii 
20. arad-mu maskim 

i gud-ba-til e-dub-ba-sii 

zig-ga iid-6-kam 
itu-k i-sig- d n in -a-zu 
mu ki-mas"* hu-nmr-tf l 
ba-gul 



i lamb for *Nana, 

brought in by Kimalu, the chief. 

i lamb for 'Ninliul, 

brought in by Ibni-Anu, the chief. 

i lamb for Lugal-banda, 

brought in by Nur-Ishtar. 

zabar-ku of the messengers. 

1 6 muttons, 24 sheep, 

have been taken for the kitchen 

of the delegates. 

Arad-mu, the messenger. 

i dead ox for the house of the scribes. 

Expenses of the 6th day 
of the month Kisig-*Ninazu 
in the year in which Kimash and Hii- 
murti were devastated. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



10. 



15- 



2O. 



17 gnd gir pisan-dub-a 
7 gud i ansu gir lu-kal-la 

kii-ta-se-a 

27 gud 7 ansu 

ki dam-gdr-ne-ne-ta 

2 gud i ansu ki 

50+3 gud io-lal-1 ansu 

sa-bi-ta 

50 gud io-lal-i ansu 

apin-na ba-an-si 

i gud ku-e- d mn-su 

lal-li 2 gud ku-ad-da sag- 
tun 

e d dumu-zi 



12 
Account of oxen and donkeys 

17 oxen, from the commissary of the ar- 
chives. 

7 oxen, i donkey from the commissary 
Lu-kalla. 

have been bought. 

26 oxen, 7 donkeys 

from the merchants. 

2 oxen, i donkey from (left in blank). 

(Total) : 53 oxen and 9 donkeys. 

From these : 

50 oxen and 9 donkeys 

have been given for works of irrigation. 

i ox, to Ku-e- d Ninsu. 

Surplus, 2 oxen, (with) Ku-adda, the 
sag-tun officer. 

(Account of) the temple of d Dumuzi. 



5 gud ki dam-gdr-ne-ne-ta 
ii gud 10 ansu i amar- 

ansii 

gir pisan-dnb-ba 
5 gud gir lu-kal-la 
ku-ta-sc-a 
7 gud e-tur-ta 
i gud ku-e- d dumu-si-ta 

24 gud 10 ansu i amar- 

ansu 
sa-bi-ta 

24 gud 10 gir i amar-ansu 
apin-na ba-an-si 



25. e a mn-su 



nig-sid-ag gud na-da-tum 

c d nin-sti it e d dumu-si 
mu en d ninni mas-e i-pad 



5 oxen from the merchants; 

1 1 oxen, i donkey, i colt of a donkey 

from the commissary of the archives; 

5 oxen, from the commissary Lu-Kalla; 

have been bought. 

7 oxen from the stables, 

i ox from Ku-e^Dumusi, 

(Total) 24 oxen, 10 donkeys, i colt of a 

donkey 
From these: 

25 oxen, 10 donkeys, i colt of a donkey 
have been set apart for the irrigating 

machine. 
Temple of d Ninsu. 

Account of operations concerning oxen 
for the temples of d Ninsu and of d Du- 

wiuzi. 
The year in which the priest of d Ninni 

was selected through the omens. 



TELLOH; YOKHA AND DREHEM 9 

ANNOTATIONS 

L. 6. The scribe left in blank the name of the sender. He had prob- 
ably mislaid his invoice. 

1. 21. One group of five oxen has been omitted in the total. Probably 
a scribal error. 



31 
Account of sheep 

i grain-fed sheep, 
for *Mesfatntae, 

1 sheep for d Lugal-nira, 
d Xina-usluimgaI, the messenger 
from the city of Urnk. 

2 grain- fed sheep 

from Xaplalun, the Amorite. 

i grain- fed sheep 

from Rashi, the man of Z id a nit. 

LugaJ-kagina is the commissary, 

(and) Arad-mu, the messenger. 

For the month, up to the i5th day, in- 
clusive. 

From Ln- d Ra 

have been given out. 

In the month Shcshdakii, 

In the year in which the altar of d Enlil 
was made. 



i. / udit-se 
d mS-lam-ta-e 

1 ud n- d lugal-ni-ra 
d nina-usitmgal maskim 

5. sa unug^-ga 

2 udu-se 

na-ap-la-lum mar-tn 
I udu-se 

ra-si lu zi-da-nu-ki ki 
10. gir Ingal-ka-gi-na 
arad-mu maskim 
it n ud- 1 5 ba-zal 

ki lu- d ra-ta 
ba-zig 
15. it u ses-da-ku 

mu d gu-za d en-lil-ld ba- 
dim 



ANNOTATIONS 

L. 9. Rasi, the man of zi-da-nnm ki , occurs twice in the tablets from 
Drehen. Cf. Legrain, Les Temps des Rois d'Ur, Nos. 305, 6 and 325, 
5.6. Zi-da-nu- must be a variant of zi-da-nnm . 



17 

Account of the shepherds' revenues 
Col. i 



i. 60+50+2 nd it 
su-sn-tag-ga 



1 02 sheep, 

revenues for the subsistence of the per- 
sonnel. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



10. 



15- 



20. 



17 gud glr pisan-dub-a 
7 gud i ansu glr lu-kal-la 

kii-ta-se-a 

27 gud 7 ansu 

ki dam-gar -ne-ne-ta 

2 gud i ansu ki 

50+ J gud io-lal-1 ansu 

sa-bi-ta 

50 gud io-lal-i ansu 

apin-na ba-an-si 

I gud ku-c- d nin-su 

lal-li 2 gud ku-ad-da sag- 
tun 

e d dumu-zi 



12 

Account of oxen and donkeys 

17 oxen, from the commissary of the ar- 
chives. 

7 oxen, i donkey from the commissary 
Lu-kalla. 

have been bought. 

26 oxen, 7 donkeys 

from the merchants. 

2 oxen, i donkey from (left in blank). 

(Total) : 53 oxen and 9 donkeys. 

From these : 

50 oxen and 9 donkeys 

have been given for works of irrigation. 

i ox, to Ku-e- d Ninsu. 

Surplus, 2 oxen, (with) Ku-adda, the 
sag-tun officer. 

(Account of) the temple of d Dumuzi. 



5 gud ki dam-gdr-ne-ne-ta 
ii gud 10 ansu i amar- 

ansu 

glr pisan-dub-ba 
5 gud gir lu-kal-la 
ku-ta-sc-a 
7 gud e-tur-ta 
i gud ku-e- d dumu-si-ta 

24 gud 10 ansu i aniar- 

ansu 
sa-bi-ta 

24 gud 10 gir i amar-ansu 
apin-na ba-an-si 



25. e a mn-sii 

nig-sid-ag gud na-da-tum 

e d nin-sii it e d dumu-zi 
mu en d ninni mas-e i-pad 



5 oxen from the merchants; 

1 1 oxen, i donkey, i colt of a donkey 

from the commissary of the archives; 

5 oxen, from the commissary Lu-Kalla; 

have been bought. 

7 oxen from the stables, 

i ox from Ku-e- d Dumuzi, 

(Total) 24 oxen, 10 donkeys, i colt of a 

donkey 
From these: 

25 oxen, 10 donkeys, i colt of a donkey 
have been set apart for the irrigating 

machine. 
Temple of d Ninsu. 

Account of operations concerning oxen 
for the temples of d Ninsu and of d Du- 

inusi. 
The year in which the priest of d Ninni 

was selected through the omens. 



TELLOH; YOKHA AND DREHEM 9 

ANNOTATIONS 

L. 6. The scribe left in blank the name of the sender. He had prob- 
ably mislaid his invoice. 

1. 21. One group of five oxen has been omitted in the total. Probably 
a scribal error. 



5- 



/ udu-se 
d mes-lani-ta-e 

1 iidn d lngal-m-ra 
d mna-usumgal mask i in 
sa itnitg kt -ga 

2 udu-se 

na-ap-la-liim mar-tu 
i udu-se 

ra-si lu zi-da-nu-ki k% 
10. gir Iiigal-ka-gi-na 
arad-mu maskim 
itii nd-i$ ba-zal 

ki lii- a ra-ta 
ba-zig 
15. it it scs-da-ku 

mu d gu-za d en-lil-ld ba- 
dim 



31 
Account of sheep 

i grain-fed sheep, 
for d Meslamtae, 

1 sheep for d Lugal-nira, 
d \ina-iishiimgal, the messenger 
from the city of Uruk. 

2 grain- fed sheep 

from Naplalun, the Amorite. 

i grain- fed sheep 

from Rashi, the man of Zidanu. 

Lugal-kagina is the commissary, 

(and) Arad-mu, the messenger. 

For the month, up to the I5th day, in- 
clusive. 

From Lu- d Ra 

have been given out. 

In the month Sheshdaku, 

In the year in which the altar of d Enlil 
was made. 

ANNOTATIONS 



L. 9. Rasi, the man of zi-da-num ki , occurs twice in the tablets from 
Drehen. Cf. Legrain, Les Temps des Rois d'Ur, Nos. 305, 6 and 325, 
5.6. Zi-da-nn-** must be a variant of zi-da-num ki . 



17 

Account of the shepherds' revenues 
Col. i 



i. 60+50+2 udn 
su-su-tag-ga 



i 02 sheep, 

revenues for the subsistence of the per- 
sonnel, 



IO 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



IO. 



mu ur-bil-lum kl ba-gul 

(50X5+40+5 ganam 

6oXo+50-lal-i udu-nita 

20+7 sil 

i mas 

sib-udu-gi-me 

6o+20-lal-i uz 

60X4+7 mds-nita 

22 mds-sd-dug 

5 ganam 5 udu-nita 

sib us-me 

mu ki-mds kl ba-gul 



15. su-su sib-ne-ne 



sunigin 600X2+60X3+ 

40+2 udu-mds 
sa-bi-ta 

2 1/2 ma-na 5 gin igi-6- 
gal 5 1/2 se ku-[babbar] 
dub lu- d nin-gir-su dumu 

ni-kal-la 

30+7 1/2 ma-na sig 
dub tu(ku} 
i gun 20+5 ma-na sig 



20. 



5- 



10. 



dub nn-tu(ku) 
lu- d nin-gir-su dumu arad- 

mu 

jo udu-nita 
dub-bi-2-dm 
dub ab-ba-sag-ga 
60+4 udu-nita 
dnb-bi-4-dm 
dub ur- d ka-di dumu e-ki- 

gal-la 

4 ganam 5 sal-sil 
i udu-gal 21 udu-nita 



during the year in which Urbillum was 
devastated. 

345 female sheep, 

589 male sheep, 

27 lambs, 

i kid, 

for the shepherds of sheep. 

79 goats, 

239 male kids, 

22 kids for offerings, 

5 sheep, 5 rams, 

for the shepherds of goats, 

in the year in which Kimash was devas- 
tated. 

Revenue of the shepherds. 

Total: 1422 sheep and goats 

Expenses : 

21/2 manas, 51/6 shekel and 51/2 she 

of silver, 
Receipt of Lu- d Ningirsu, the son of Ni- 

kalla. 

37 1/2 manas of wool, 
There is a receipt. 
One talent, 25 manas of wool, 

Col. 2 

There is no receipt. 

Lu- A Ningirsu, the son of Arad-mu. 

30 rams 

There are two receipts, 

receipts of Abba-shagga. 

64 rams, 

there are four receipts, 

receipts of Ur- d Kadi, the son of E-ki- 

galla. 

4 sheep, 5 she-lambs, 
i ram, 21 male sheep. 



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II 



15- 



dub-bi-2-dm 

dub lugal-ii-sim-c dumu 

na-ni-mu 
10 udu 

dub ur-mcs gir-gir*' 
20 udu 

dub nr-bdd-dur-ra 
sib-ne sag-a 
a-ka-a gd-gd 



There are two receipts, 

receipts of Lugal-uhime } the son 

Xanimu. 
10 sheep, 

receipt of Ur-mes from Girgir. 
20 sheep, 

receipt of Ur-bad-durra; 
for the hog raisers 
are placed at disposal. 



of 



10. 



nig-sid-ag 
su-su sib-udu-gi 

u sib-itz-[ne]-ne 

gir-sif'-ta 

GC-AB-BA ki -su 

ur- d lama 

pa-te-si 

mn ki-mds** ba-gul 



Col. 6 

Account of operations 
concerning the revenues of the shepherds 

of sheep, 

and of the shepherds of goats, 
(going) from the city of Girsu 
to the city of Cutlia. 
Ur- lama 
is the ruler. 

In the year in which Kimash was devas- 
tated. 



AXXOTATIOXS 

Col. I, 1. 2. Cf. Legrain, ibid., pp. 26-27. 

Col. 1, 1. 19. Instead of kii-babbar the tablet has only kn. Rather than 
an abbreviation, this must be considered a scribal error. 

28 
Account of the seed required for different fields 

i +J/JX i/8X 3+1/72 gdn 

i (gur)+2(pi}+io(ka} se-giir-lngal-ta 
1/3+1/18X3 gdn gig i(gur)-ta 

10+2+1/3+1/18X2+1/72 gdn bal-a i(gur)+2(p\)+3o(ka}-ta 
1+1/3+1/18X4 gdn bal-e i(gur)-ta 
30+2 gur a lu-qun-ga 
a-sd NAG-DUL 
5. 10X3+1 gdn i(gur}+2(pi}+30(ka)-ta 

2+1/18X3 g bal-a i(gur)+2(pi)+ 3 o(ka)-ta 
a-sd sal-li 

10. 5+1/3X2+1/18X4 gdn i(gur}+2(pi)+ 3 o(ka^-ta 
1/13X4 ganZIZ i(gur)+2(pi)+ 3 o(ka)-td 



12 SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 

1/18X2 gan gig i(gur)-ta 

r/j-\-i/8Xz gan bal-a i(gur)-\-2(pi)-{-^o(ka)-ta 

a-sd e-a-d-da 

Col. 4 (bottom) 

nig-sid-ag 

se-numun gar-gud 
10. d lu-gun-ga 

u se-amar 

PA sangu d nin-gis-si-da 

ur- d lam<a 

pa-te-si 
15. mu gait-gar 1 a-rd III-kam-ma ba-gul 

X gan, plus 1/3, plus 3/18, plus 1/72 of a gan (of field) the seed for 
which amounts to I gur, 2 pi, and 30 a-measures of barley of the first 
quality for every gan of field; 1/8 plus 3/18 of a gan of field, (the seed 
for which) is one gur of wheat for every gan;. . . . 

Account of operations concerning the barley used for seed, for the 
farmers, for the hired men, and feeding the young oxen. Overseer is 
the priest of the goddess Nin-gish-zida. Ur-^Lama is the ruler. Dated 
in the year in which Ganh-ar was devastated for the third time. 

ANNOTATIONS 
Col. IV, 1. 9. Cf. Legrain, Les Temps, p. 18. 

29 

Account of expenses 
Col. i 

si-ni-ib nig-sid-ag Report from the preceding year. 

24 gur 24 gur 

ki ad-da-mu dumu sangii~ from Addamii, the son of the priest. 

ta 

5. 2 ( gur) -f- / (pi) -gur 2 gur and I pi 

ki lii-dug-ya nu-banda- from Lu-dugga, the chief of cultivation. 

giid-ta 

i ^t (gur} -\- 2 (pi) -gur 13 gur and 2 pi 

a^ra-r-kam for once; 

52(gur) + i2(ka)-gur 52 gur and 12 ka 

TO. i(pi)-\-i$(ka) gu-gal r pi and 15 ka of large millet 



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a-rd-2-kam twice 

ki gir- d ba-ii i-ku-ta from Gir~ d Ban, the officer who takes 

in charge. 

6o+54(gu-r) +2 (pi] +30 114 gur, 2 pi and 30 ka 

(ka)-gur 

a-rd-i-kam for once; 

15. 23(gur}+2(pi)+io(ka) 23 gur, 2 pi and 10 ka 

-gur 

a-rd-2-kam twice ; 

ki ur-*nind gu-sa-ld-ta from Ur-*Nina, the gusalu-ofiicer. 

Col. 6 

sunigin i(pi}+22 1/2 ka Total : i pi and 22 1/2 a of large mil- 
gii-gal let. 

sunigin 600+60X8+28 Total: 1108 1/2 days of work of the 

1/2 geme-ud-i-su women, 

sig-ga-dm have been paid. 

5. sunigin 6o j rjo+6(gur) Total: 106 gur, 17 1/2 ^a of barley 

H- 17 1/2. (ka)-se-gur 
sunigin doX/+JO geme- Total : 450 days of work of the women 

ud-i-su 

a-ka-a gd-gd have been reclaimed. 

(and) paid out. 
Deficit : 7 1/2 ka of large millet 



zig-ga 

dirig 7 1/2 ka git-gal 



10. /a/-// 60X2+ 3+8(ka}+ For pay: 123 gur, 8 a and 10 shekels 



10 gin se-gur 
nig-sid-ag 
lu-URU+GAN" dumu 

mi-na-ar-ni 
itii gdn-mds 
mu bad ))ia-da ba-du-ta 



of barley 

Account of operations 
of Lu-URU -\-GAN, the son of Minarni. 



From the month of Gan-mash 

of the year in which the wall of the land 

was built 

to the month She-gnr-kud 
nin ns-sa e-KA+SO-sd- of the year in which the temple E-bd-sha- 
sagar- d da-gan ba-dii-sn sahar-'da-gan was built 

that is 1 1 months 
and eight years. 



15. itu se-gur-kud 



itu ii l-gal 
mu 8-kam 



ANNOTATIONS 

Col. I, 1. 17. The gusalu is generally supposed to be a throne bearer. 
Often translated "leader". 



i6 

*<* 



asnan-zi-mu 

i. 14,111,3; 16, II, 14. 
a-tu 

1. f. of ur-*kal, 7, III, 20. 

2. f. of urri-badu and lu-bal- 

sagga, 20, II, 19. 

3. s. of ur-gar-diig, 7, I, 24. 

4. dub-sar, 7, I, 9. 

5. 20, II, 15; 24,1, 12.15.22. 
asag-ga-ni 

i. i, III, 32; 3, I, 20; IV, 
29. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 

^ba-u-azag-zu 



i. f. of /-Va, 2, V, i. 
*barDUL-TA-DU-NE 

i. d. of nin-dlm-aba-d'im, 4, 

III, 22. 

*ba-a-ldg 

i. 16, IV, 17. 



i. 15, II, ii. 
*6a-6a 

i. 15, IV, 13. 
boba-ti 

i. 3, V, 12.18. 
bdd-bdd-da 

i. 10, III, 4. 
bar-an (cf. bar-ra-an) 

' .W 7- VIII, 20; IX, 15. 
ba-ra-?-ne (cf. bar-ra-e'-e) 

i. 25, 1,6. 



i. f. of ur-gigir, 2, IV, 8; s>, 

IV, 15- 
-ra-^ 

i. 14, II, 19; 1 6, II, 9. 
M-awi 
i. 10, 1, 15. 



1. m. of geme- d nin-banda 

and ur-numun-dugga, 4, 
II, 26. 

2. m. of nin-ezen, 10, VI, 10. 

3. d. of geme-aga, 10, IX, 

10. 



i. d. of geme-nun-sabar, 4, 

I, 16. 

M-rfa-im-m^-a 
i. s. of gala- d bau, 4, II, 22. 



i. d, of sinida, 4, III, 12. 
a ba-u-ge-gdl 

i. 19, III, 15. 



1. m. of nigga- a sin, 4, I, 20. 

2. d. of mn-nwmgani, 4, III, 

17- 

**ba-u-ib-gu-UL 

1. m. of dugga-izi, 4, III, 5. 

2. m. of nin-d-md, sara- d bau 

and geme-ki ...,4,1,9. 



I. 10, VII, 21. 

* d ba-u-usum-gal 

i. d. of W^MMI, 10, VI, 12. 
* d ba-ii-ta-lu 

i. 10, XII, 23. 



i, 10, XI, 28. 

ba-zi-gi 

i. 25.III. 7; 32. II, 8. 



i. <7?r. 10, XII, 9. 
2. 8, X. 2; 10, V, 5; 25, I, 9. 



da-da-ga 

i. 2, IV, 19. 
da-din (= fading 

i. 0ir, 3, III, 28. 

dam-dim- 

*da-mu-gi-na 

I. 20, I, 7. 

*da-nm-ge-gal 

i . mu. of lu-ekarri and geine- 

gejstardu, 6, II, 8. 
* </a- m n-ma-an-gi 

i. d. of nin-ra-mugi, 6, XI, 

6. 
du-azag-ga (\\T. DU L-azag-ga) 

I. 22, II, IO. 

du-dii 

I. 25, I, 17. 
dug-ga-lal-bi 

i. 10, XII, 6. 
*</;<<7-<7a-i-rj 

i. d. of *bau-ibgul, 4, III, 4. 
dng-ga-zi-da 

i. 24, I, 5; III, 17. 
*dumu-zi-da 

i. nn-baiuia. 8, IX, 25. 
d du n -gi-a ( sic ! ) -zi-da 

i. gtr-nita, 8, V, 28. 
dun-ka-gi-dii 

i. 25, I. 23; II. 3. 



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e-ki-gal-la 



i. 10, V, 14. 

e-gal-e-si 

i. s. of rn-r-a-fl-^, 10, II. 

13- 

e-gis-ge 

i. f. of uru-i-tns, 4. II, 2 
e-id-lu-sd 

i. 25, IV, 15. 



i. f. of w-*kadi, 17, II, 8. 

en-e-a-na-ku 

i. i. of egal-esi, 10, II, 12. 
engar-si 

i. ^S. 1 *^ 
en-UM-i-K 

i. 32. II, 5. 
*eti-^j 

i. 14,11, 18; i5,III, 13; 16, 

11,8. 
*e-ta-mn-zu 

I. 14. II. 16; 10, II, 6. 



I. 29, II, 12. 



I. 2O. II. 21. 

*gal-gi ' 

i. 15, III. i. 
*r/al-ca-gin 

i. 6, II. 16. 



I. f. of nin-a-kum. 10, XI, 

15- 

*(/einc-ab-ba 
i. 6. X. 6. 



i, m. of nin-nrrani. 10, XI. 
20. 
*geme~aga 

i. m. of *ban-azagga. 10. IX. 
9- 



i. nu-gis-sar. 14. I, 14; 16, 
I, n. 



i. 6. X. 4. 

HHgM 

i. 16, III. 28. 



i8 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



*(je'nie-an-dul 

i. 10, IV, 24. 



i. 14, II, 20; 16, II, 10. 
*ge'me-ba~bi 

i. d. of lugd-sala, 10, VIII, 

13- 

*geme-bar 

i. m. of geme- d kal, 10, V, 17. 



1. m. of geme- d narua, 6, 

XIII, 2. 

2. d. of geme- d kal, 6, II, 3.6. 

3. d. of lu-udunna, 6, IV, 5. 

4. d. of nin-kagina, 6, XIV, 

5- 

5. d. of sara-mubalit, 10, X, 

21. 



1. m. of nin-dikud, 4, II, 28. 

2. m. of nin-pae, 4, II, 20. 

3. d. of ku- d bau, 4, I, 22. 

4. d. of sunamugi, 10, II, 19. 
5- 6, VI, 16. 

*geme-bur-sag 

i. d. of kudda, 10, II, 9. 
*ge'me-dim-azag-ga 

1. m. of igidub-zihil, 10, X, 

24. 

2. d. of nin-gegal, 6, V, 15. 
* g erne-dun u t-ni-su 

I. m. of sara-tugu, 4, III, 15. 
*ge'me- d dumurzi-da, "ge'me-dn- 
mu-zi 

1. d. of geme- d nin-su, "10, I, 

17- 

2. 15, IV, IT ; 16, III, n. 
*ge'me-*dun-gi 

i. m. of geine- A kal, 6, V, 6. 



*ge'me- d dunrpa-e 

i. 10, XI, 9;VIII, 6; 14, II, 

4; 16, I, 17. 
*geme-dub-pisdn 

i. m. of gudiibi, ninmusu- 
igimu, and geme- d narua, 
6, V, 7. 
*ge'me-e-kar~ri 

i. 6, IV, 9. 
*geme- d en-kt 

i. 14, II, 10; 15, II, 2; III, 
14; 16, I, 21. 



i. 6, III, 8. 



i. d. of une, 6, IV, i. 
*ge'me-ges-tdr-du 

1. m. of nin-kdla, 10, XII, 2. 

2. m. of geme- d kal and jfara- 

d 6a, 4, I, 32. 

3. d. of damu-gegal, 6, 1, 15 ; 

II, 10. 

4. d. of geme- d nanna, 6, 

XIII, 6. 

5. d. of nin-azagzu, 6, XII, 

8. 

6. 6, I, 14; IV, 16. 
*ge'me- d gestin-an-ka 

f i. 6, V, 5. 
*geme- d gestin-an-iia 

i. 10, V, 13. 
^geme-gis^gigir 

f I- 15. I. 4- 
*geme-*IM 

1. m. of geme- d negun, 5, V, 

32- 

2. 10, XI, 24. 

*ge'me-i-H-su 
i. 6, XI, 7. 



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*geme-*KA-Dl 

i. 19, i. 2 4 
*ge'me-*KAL 

1. m. of genie-barsiga, 6, II. 

2. 

2. m. of ga-*bau and mn- 

jo#-<?, 4, II, 12. 

3. m. of nin-ezen, 6, XII, 5. 

4. m. of nin-sagab, 6, XII, 

12. 

5. d. of geme-bar, 10, V, 19. 

6. d. of geine-*dungi, 6, V, 7. 

7. d. of genie-gigir, 4, I, 30. 

8. d. of genie-sadug, 10, X. 

3i- 

9. d.of nin-enizn. 4, III. 24: 

6, VII, 10. 

10. 4, I, 21 ; 10. VII. 5.17. 
*geine-ki-azag-ga 

i. 15, IV. 10. 
*geme-ki-gu ?-la 

i. d. of d bau-ibgnl, 4, I, 8. 
*geme-kisal-gal 

i. 16, III, 15. 
*geme-lugal 

i. 6,1.4-8; 14,11,6. 
*getne-ma-tna 

I. m. of mn-urunisit; 4, II, 
32- 



i. 14. I. 5; 15, I, 12; 16, 
1.3- 



r. m. of getne-gestardu, 6, 
XIII, 5. 

2. 15, IV. 17. 



2. d. of geme-dub-pisan, 6, 

VI, 6. 

3. d. of nin-barsiga, 6, XIII, 

3- 

4. d. of 'nin-kagina, 6, II, 13. 

5. 6, I, n;XI, 3 ;XV, 5. 



1. d. of genie- d IM, 5. V, 32. 

2. 6, III, i2;IV, n;XI, 2; 

15. I, 8: IV, i. 
*ge'me- 4 nin-a-ga-de f 

1. m. of nin-emzu, 10. I, 21. 

2. 6. VI, 10. 
*geme-*nin -ban-da 

i. d. of d bau-azagzi^ 4, II, 

24- 
*genie- li nin-)nar* t 

I. d. of imm-*bau-ibgul, 4, 

II. 17- 

* genie-* nin-su (\vr. ge'me-^nin- 
DAR-A) 

i. m. of genie-*dumuzi, 10, I. 
18. 



I. m. of ur-dub-pisan, and 
igi-su-su, 6, VI. n. 



r. 14, I, 4; II, 8; III, 10; 15. 

I. 3-5:111. 12.17; if>. 

II, 20; III. 23. 
* genie- 4 nin-zadim 

i. 6. VII. 12; 10. Ill, i. 
*ge'nie-nun-sa-bar 

i. m. of nln-us-sud, *bau-as;u 
and nin-kaba-nutn<i 
I, 1 8. 
*genie-pu-sag 

1. m. of kiir-girnisu. 6. XII. 

10. 

2. 6. I. io. ? 



i. 6, III, 15 



20 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



*geine-sd-dug 

i. m. of geme-*kal, 10, X, 32. 



2. d. of nin-kagina, 10, X, gir- d ba-u-i-tus 



3. d. of <wfo', 6, V, 13. 
4- 16, III, 6. 



25. 
*geine- d sig 

f i. 15, HI, 6. 
*<7w?-.n'-<7ar 

i. 6, III, 4. 
*geme- d sin 

1. m. of nin-ezen, 6, VII, 13. 

2. m. of nin-kagina, 6, XI, 

10. 

3. 6. I, 9; 10, IX, I9;X, 15; 

15, IV, 16; IV, 8.13. 



1. m'-rftt, 15, II, 3; 1 6, IV, i. 

2. 14, I, 10; 16, I, 7. 

* ' i v v r 

gcnic- sa-us-so. 

i. 10, X, 34. 
*geme-$u-gu 

i. 1 6, 111,8. 
*g erne -tar-lug 

i. 1 6, III, 2. 
*ge'me-tur-ga 

i. 16, II, ii. 
*gcmc-uku-il 

I. 10, II, 10. 

*> 



'.<7rm^-i 

I. d. of nin-usim, 4, II, 5. 
^ 2. d. of tig-dm, 4, II, 15. 
*geme-ii~iam 

i. 6. XIII. 4: XIV, 6. 

*f/rme-its-siid-da,"geme-us-gid-da 

1. m. of nin-mc-abta, 10, VI, 

2. "4, HI, 29; 6, III, 5. 



T. m. of lu-*narua, 6, IV, 3. 
- d. of sag-*bau~tugu, 4, III. 
27. 



1. f. of lu-uru ki , 4, I, 25. 

2. 29, I, i2;V, 19. 



i. m. of nam-geme-^bau-idug 

4, H, 4. 
gub-ba-l-dug 

i. 25, IV, 6. 

f/M-rf^ 

1. dam-gar, 10, V, 20. 
gu-de-a, "*gu-de-a 

i. s. of aba-uru, 7. VI, 19. 

2. s. of m-. .... 7, IV, 12. 

3. <7ir, 10, XI, 17. 

4- />af<tff', "8, XI. 5; XII, 8. 

5- 17, HI, 5- 
*(jn-du-bi 

i. d. of gcnie-dub-pisan, 6, 
VI, 4- 



i. 4, I, 10. 
-s > a-Ma 

i. 6, VI, 8. 
a-m" 

i. PA, 4, III. I9JVIII, 2. 



1. dam-gar, 10, V, 4. 

2. #ir, 2, I, 19; 10, V, 7; ii, 

I, 22. 

3. ka-su-du, 8, IX, ^. 
4- 3, II, 6. 

ya-ba-gi-zi 

I. 20. I, 10. 

('ni-ba-lul-lU 

I. 25, IV. 22. 

"V7a- d fra-*i 

i. d. of f/finr- d ktil, 4. II, 10. 



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21 



*ga-la- d ba-u 

1. m. of ur- d bau and d bau- 

danutnea, 4, II, 23. 

2. d. of nin-*kal, 10, X, 28. 
ib-da-ka 

i. su-du. 7, VII. T. 

i. lugal, 14, IV, 7; 1 6, IV, 

25- 
ib-ni-anum. 

i. nu-banda, 36. 13. 

i. 25, III, 18. 



i. m. of nin-enizu, 4, III. 3. 
IGI-DUP-zi-M 

i. d. of geme-dim-asagga, 

10, X, 23. 
7G7 + KAR-ge'tne 

I. s. of sabala, 3, IV, II. 



i. 23. III. 25. 

ag-sag 

i. 15, IV, 12: 16, IV, 18. 



*igi-sag-sag 



i. 16, II. 22. 
*igi-TUR-TUR 

I. m. of nig-sa-te, 4. II, 30. 
igi-zu-bor-ra 

i. nu-banda, 30. 8. 
il-ki-ib-ri 

i. 10. V, ii. 
:/;/-wa 

1. f. of nin-dm. 10, I, 5. 

2. 5, IV, 21. 



i. 6, 11,4; 10. IX, 26. 
*inini- 4 ba-ti-ib-gu-UI. 

i. m. of geme-'nm-maf**, 4, 
II. 18. 



i. 3, II, 7- 
in-sag-sag 

i. 5, V, 6. 



I. 2, IV. 23. 

*is-tar-um-mi 

i. m. of nin-IGI + Dl)P-z\, 
14, 1, 3; 16, 1,2. 



i. 18. III. 19. 
i-2a-n-ik 

i. 30, 30. 



I. 10, XIV. 2. 

i. 25, IV. 14. 
&-<7W 

i. ID, IV, 10. 

i. nu-banda, 7. Ill, 12. 

i. 4, II. 33. 
"A" .-//.- ri-silim-mu 

1. f. of sara- d batt and s. of 

d /T.4 L -ri-silim- tnu ( sic ! ) , 
4. I, ii. 

2. f. of ^KAL-ri-silimmu, 4, 

T. 12. 



i. 22. I, 8. 



i. 36, 7- 
k \-di\q-ma-an-gi 
i. i. HI. 37. 



i. nu-banda, 36. n. 

/ 

i. 10. IV. 6. 



22 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



*ki-lul-la 

i. 25, IV, 17. 
*ki-sa-ra 

i. 10, XII, 19. 
*ku- d ba-u 

1. m. of geme- A ban, 4, I, 23. 

2. d of ses-e-magi, 4, IV, 3. 
ku- d nina 

i. f. of abba-kalla, 19, I, 12. 



i. 3, I", 31- 

kud-da 

i. su-ga, i. of geme-bursag, 

10, II, 8. 
feuWf 

1. s. of lu- d utu, 24, II, i; 

III, 22. 

2. #ir, 3, II, 23. 

3. 25, IV, 24. 
*kur-glr-ni-su 

i. d. of geme-pu-sag, 6, XII, 

ii. 
/a-a-mw 

i. #ir, ii, I, 18. 
*la-ba-an-si 

i. 16, II, 23. 



i. 6, IV, 8; XIV, 2; 10, V, 
23- 



*/a-m" 



I. 15, II, i; 16, IV, 3. 



/-*.... 



i. s. of bata-sagga, 4, IV, 9. 



i. 10, II, 15; 25, I, 14; IV, 

ii. 
lu-*asnan 

i. sag-tun, 8, VI, 27. 
lii-bal-sag-ga 

1. s. of ata, 29, II, 18. 

2. nu-banda, 8, X, 13; 36, 9. 



1. f. of ses-kalla, 20, II, n. 

2. PA, 20, IV, 5. 

3. 8, XI, 15.25; 19, 1,8; 20, 

II, 5; 25, IV, 16. 
lu-dug-ga 

1. f. of ahua, 7, II, 10. 

2. nu-banda-gud, 29, I, 6, 
lu- d dumu-zi 

1. P^, 30, 4. 

2. 10, III, 2. 

lu- d dun-gi-ra, "lu^dun-gi 

i. s. of lugal-me, "8, V, 4. 

, 2 - 3^1. !3- 

lu-e-kar-ri 

i. s. of damu-gegal, 6, II, 9. 
/w- d ^w-/f/-/d 

i. i, I, 17; 3, IV, 28; 22, 

III, 20. 

lu- d gdl-alim 

i. s. of nin-enizu, 4, III, 25. 
lu-gi-na 

1. s. of ur- d nintu, 24, II, 18. 

2. 25, II, 18. 
lu- 4 gis-gigir 

i. s. of ur- d kal f 19, II, 10. 
lu-ku-uh-nu-ri ki 
' i. 3,V,6. 
lu- d $a-zal 

i. i, III, 27. 
/w-^-^a/ 

1. % gzr, 5, I, 23. 

2. 5, VI, 3. 
lu-igi-ma-dim-ma 

i. f. of genie-bar siga, 6, IV, 

6. 
lu- d igi-2i-bar-ra 

i. PA, 24, III, 18. 
lu-kal-la 

1. prlr, II, IV, 3; 12, 2. 

2. jw-^a, 10, X, 16. 



TELLOH, YOKHA AXD DREHEM 



3. i, IV, 7; 2, III, 21 ; 3, IV, 
12.35; 5, IV, 8; 9, 1, 6; 
II, 9; 12. 17; 22, III, 
23.25; 23, III, 20; V, 
15525, II, 7. 
lii-ka-ni 

i. 10, IV, 7; XII. 20. 
lu-lug-an-ka 

i. 3 V, 7. 
lit-me-lam 

1. nu-banda ma-gal-gal, 10, 

IV, 16. 

2. 10, X, 2. 



11. 10. XII, 25; 19, I, 18; 

III 2O; 2O, I, 3; 21, IO. 



i. P4, 33, 9. 



1. s. of geme-*utUj 6, IV, 4. 

2. /!/, 10, XI, 10. 

3. sii-ga, io ? IV, 13. 
* tie-gun 

i. s. of nin-sagab, 6, I, 16. 



~lu- 



1. i. of lii-*ningirsu, 7, VII, 

18. 

2. 19, II, 9. 
nin-gir-su, 

1. f. of ur-*bau, /, VII. 12. 

2. s. of arad-mit, 17, II, 2. 

3. s. of lu-*nina, 7, VII, 17. 

4. s. of lugal-melam, 19, I IT, 

6. 

5. s. of Inl-a, 7, III. 5. 

6. s. of nikalla, 17, I, 19 ;V, 

19- 

7. s. of nin-ganagam, 4, II, 

8. 

8. dam-gar. 10. XII. 24. 

9. P^, 25, III. 2. 

10. pisan-dub-ba t 7, III, 28. 



i. 22, I, 8. 
lii- d tun-subur 

1. g\r, 7, VII, 8. 

2. 2, II, 13; 6, XV, 6; 7, I, 

17; 19, I, 16; 20, I, 
12. 16; 25, II, 17; 26, I, 
III, 6; IV, 3; 34, 
III, ii. 
lit-pdd-da 

i. 24, III, 9. 

/H-^rj, "/M-ra 

1. f. of nin-usinic, 10, IX. 

14- 

2. s.ofasag-sig f 2,Y, i. 

3. s. of lugal-barabe, 8. IX, 

9- 

4. ja&ra, 3, I, 16, "IV, 33. 

5. dub-sar si-da, 2, VI. - 

6. 2, II, 23; III, 16; 13, 6; 

25, II, 9; 31, 13. 
lu- 4 sag 

i. 25, III, 16. 
/w-jt^r 

1. f. of akalla, 5, V, 9. 

2. f . of ses-kalla, 20, II, 9. 
3- 3, HI, 5. 

lit-* sin 

i. f. of namu, 10, X, 6. 



1. dub-sar , 8, IX, n. 

2. gu-za-ld, 10, I\', 23. 



i. 3, I, 25; 5, IV, 24. 



1. dub-sar, 8, IX, 6. 

2. t-n^ar, 33, 6. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



3. gir, 3, III, 12. 
4- 5, V, 3. 
lu-*subur (sic!) 
i. 3, IV, 17- 

lu-*dur-an-ka 

i. 3, I". 17. 
lu-uras 

i. 25, IV, 19. 
lu-uras-gal 

i. 3, IV, 34. 

r v ki 

lu-unug 

i. F^, 35, 9- 



1. s. of glr- d bau-itus, 4. I, 

24. 

2. s. of mindrni, 29, VI, 12. 

3. 10, XI, 29525, III, 15. 
lu- d utu 

1. f. of kuli, 24, II, i;III, 

22. 

2. nu-banda, 30, 6. 

3. /M, 24, II, 6; III, 6.25. 

4. 25, IV, 5; 32, 1,84. 
lu-si-da 

i. nn-ki-ki, 31, 9. 
/f?a/ (sic!) 

i. f. of nabi- d dimgi, 8, V, 15. 
lugal-ab-ba 

1.24, I, 20; III, 20. 
lugal-amar-azag 

i. 19, I, 14; 20, II, 7. 
Ingal-azag-zu 

i. #ir, 2, II, 5. 
htqal-d-si-da, "lugal-a -zi-da-e 

i. "8, VII, i; 20, I, 19. 
lugal-ba-ra-ab-e 

i. f. of lu- d ra, 8, IX, 10. 
lugal-da-da 

i. gala-tnag, 8, XII, 15. 



lugal-diir-dug 

i. 25, IV, 13. 
lugal-e-mag-e 

i. 2, IV, 26; 5, IV, 12. 
lugal-engar-zi 

I- 25, I, 7. 
lugal-erim 

1. 9, II, 22. 
lugal-ezen 

\. s. of e-gis-ge, 4, I, 33. 

2. 5> I. J 7- 
Ingal-EZEN + ^ 

i. 6, XIV, 3. 
Ingal-gis-D U 

i. 20, II, 3. 
htgal-gis-gigir 

i. 14, III, 8; 16, II, 18. 
Ingal-gii-gal 

I. 26, VI, 12. 

lugal-gc-gdl 

i. s. of nin-bargisi, 6, III, 7. 
Ingal-ini-gig- (gu ) 

i. 10, VI, 9. 
lugal-itu-da 

i. n, III, 24. 
higal-ka 

i. 3. in, 19. 

lugal-ka-gi-na 

1. s. of nin-kagina, 6, II, 14. 

2. ^r/;-. 2. I, 1 6. 

3. /m/. 31. 10. 

4. 25, III. 17. 
lugaJ-kas 

i. sri-ga. 10, X, 10. 
Ingal-ki-ag 

i. P/J. 10, XI, 5. 
lugal-kisal 

i. /frf-/Cf/, 7, I, 21. 
lugaJ-lu-dug 

I. 20, I, 17. 



TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 



lugal-ln -sag -sag 

i. gir. 10. V. 1.22; X, 4; XI, 

27- 
Ingal-nM-giir-ri 

i. 16, I\', 19. 
Ingal-uui-ni-gi 

i. 25, II. i. 
lugal-nie 

i. f. of lu-*dungi, 8, V, 5. 
lugal-me-lain 

1. f. of nr-*nmgirsn. 19, III, 

7- 

2. 9. I. 19; 19, III. 4. 

htgal-mg-si-c 

i. 2. Ill, 24: 5. Y. 15; 22. 

II. 16. 
higal-nir-gal 

i. <#ar, 33, 2. 
liigal- d sag 

i. its-bar, io, I. 14. 
Ingal-sag-bi-gid-da 

I. 2. II, 12. 

lugal-sag-tiin 

i. f. of <M/', io, X, 8. 
lnf/al-sa-ld 

i. ?;;#ar. f. of geme-babi, io. 

Mil, 14." 
lugal-sn-nutnnn 

i. i. XI, 24. 
lugal-til-la-e 

i. 25. I. 13.22. 
lugaJ-us-. . . . 

i. 32. II. 9- 

lugal-^utn 

I. 25. I. 5. 
lugal-urn-da 

i. 6. XYII. 4: 25. IY. 20; 

V, 3: 35> 6.15. 
lugal-u-sim-e, "lugal-u-sim 

i. s. of nanimit. 17, II, 12. 



2. s. of nin-mu, "4, II, 13. 

3. 13. 12: 19, III, 21. 
lugal-usum-gal 

i. f. of ' J ntu~sagga, 20, I, i. 
liigal-zag-gi-si 

i. 25, III, 3.12. 
lttg-sa-. . . . 

i. 20, II, 20. 
Inl-a 

i. f. of lu- d ningirsii f 7, III, 6. 
Inl-a-mu 

i. nu-gis-sar. n. I, ir. 

2- 30. 31- 
*////-/a 

i. d. of alia, 6, I, 3. 

///-/ 

i. (lii) -ma-gal-gal, io, IV, 

i r. 
lii-sa-lim 

I. 8, IX, 22. 

nia-a-dn 

i. m. of nin-lagani, io, VII, 

16. 
ma-an-gu-du 

i. io, III, 3. 
nui-giir-ri 

i. f. of nisagga, io. III, 19. 



i. 25, II, 15. 
*mas-tnr 

i. 16, IV, 4. 

mc-sag 

I. IO. \"I. 21. 

wi-wa-ar-m" 

i. f. of ln-uri't ki , 29, VI, 12. 



i. 25, III, io. 

(i/-/a 

r. io, XI, 8. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



na-ah-bi-ir 

i. 36,4- 
*na-a-mu 

i. 6, XV, 3; 10, X, 5. 
*na-an-na 

i. 14, II, 9; 15, I, 2;II, 12; 

16, I, 20. 
na-ap-la-hi/m 

i. amurru, 31, 7- 
na-ba-sag 

1. f. of ur- d bau, 7, I, 23. 

2. f. of ur- a v4na, 18, III, n. 

3. P/4, 30, 5. 

4- 7, I 35 2 5> IV > 2 5- 
na-bi- d dun-gi 

i. s. of /M#a/, 8, V, 15. 
jwz-di 

i. gir, s. of luyal-sagtun, 10, 

X, 8. 
*na-di-is-tum 

i. 3 in 2 5- 

*nam-gcme- d ba-u-i-dug 

i. d. of g\r- d nina-itus, 4, II, 
3- 



i'.. 8, VII, 7; 24, II, 5.9- 



i. 6, I, 5. 
nam-nin- .... 

i. 10. VIII, i. 



i. 1 6, III, 25. 



I. 6,111,2. 

nam-uru- .... 
i. 32, H, 7. 



i. 6, X, 7. 

M 

i. 10, XI, 12. 



i. m. of d bau-usunigal, 10, 

VI, 13- 

*na-na-. . . . (same as following?) 
i. m. of ur- A Ne.... and 
nigga-* ---- ,4, IV, 14. 
*wa-M-# 

i. 14, I, 17; 15, II, 16; 16, 

HI, 4- 
na-ni-mu 

i. f. of lugal-usime, 17, II, 
12. 



*nig-ga- d sin 



i. 3, V, 19. 

n#- d fca-M 

I. 20, II, 23. 

nig-ga- d . . . . 

1. d. of nin- d lama-mu, 4, III, 

30- 

2. d. of nln-zi. . . ., 4, IV, 10. 

3. d. of nana. . . ., 4, IV, 13. 
nig-ga-su 

i. 6, XII, 15. 

i. d. of d bau-lbgu, 4, I, 19. 
nig-si~e 

I. 22, III, 12. 

nig'$&-te 

i. d. of igi-turtur, 4, II, 29. 
ni-kal-la 

1. f. of lu- d ningirsu, 17, I, 

19 ;V, 19. 

2. s. of *<r-.sw, 7, I, 29. 

3. i, III, 34; 2, IV, 15; 5, 

III, 1457, I, 26; 22, III, 

15- 
mm-mu 

i. 5rir, 9,11,23; 10, VIII, 8; 
IX, 16. 



TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 



*tii-pdd-da 

i. m. of geme-gestardu, 6, 

IV, 15- 
*nin- .... 

i. m. of gudea, 7, IV, 12. 
* d n'wa-ama-mii 

i. m. of sag- d bau-tugu, 10, 

VI, 19- 
d nind-kain 

1. pisan-ditb-ba, 24, II, 8. 

2. P^, 24, III, 23. 
d mna-usum-gal 

1. PA-maskim, 31, 4. 

2. 30, 24. 
*nin-ab-ba-na "SAL+KU-ab-ba- 

na 

1. d. of nin-sigar, "6, III, 9. 

2. 14, III, 7; 15, I, ii ; 16, 

II, 18. 
*nin-a-KA-ni 

i. d. of gar-gestin, 10, XI, 

14- 
*nin-al-la (wr. SAL+KU-al-la) 

i. d. of adaga, 6, I, 2. 
*ntn-d-md 

i. d. of d bau-ibgul, 4, I, 6. 



i. 6, XII, 9. 

*nin-a}}ia-uui 

i. 15, I, I5;HI, 5 ;IV. 5. 

* Jiin-d-mi-li-su 

I. 16, III, 21. 



i. 16, IV, 16. 
-an-m-j 

i. 6, IV, 13. 



2. 10, I, 2; 14, I, 7; 15, III, 

2; 16, I, 5. 
*nin-azag-zu;"SAL-\-KU-azag-zu 

1. m. of geme-gestardu, 6, 

XII, 7- 

2. m. of ningirsu-ebadii, 4, I, 

29. 

3. m. of ninmiisu-igimit, 6, 

V, 3- 

4. m. of ur-numun-dugga, 4, 

IV, 5. 

5. sii-i, 15, II, 15. 

6. "6, III, i. 
*;//'-a-r 

i. 15, IV, 6. 
*nin-bar-gi-si 

i. m. of lugal-gegal, 6, III, 6. 
*nin-da-da, "SAL+KU '-da-da 

i. "14, III, i; 15, I, 6; III, 

15; 16, II, 12. 
*nin-da-nir-gal 

I. IO, II, 21. 

*nin-dun-a-ba-dhn 

i. m. of badiiltadune, 4, III, 

23- 
*nin-di-kud 

i . d. of geme- d bau, 4, II, 27. 

*nin-du-azag-ga 

i. 16, III, 17. 
*nin-dub-pisan 

i. d. of saga-dugga, 6, V, 10. 



*nin-azag-ga-ni 

i. m. of nin-ramugi, 10, I, 
II. 



i. 14,111,9; 16, II, 19. 

*nin-dit-du 

I. IO, V, 2. 

*nin-dug-ga-ni 

i. 10, II, 3. 
*nin-dumu-ab-zu 

i. d. of nin-sisa, 4, I, 26. 



28 



*nin- d dun-gi 

i. 6, IV, 10. 
*nin-e-ba-zi-gi 

i. 10, VII, 23. 
*nin-e-gal-e 

i. 15, IV, 7; 1 6, III, 7. 
*nin-e-\-zu (cf. nin-e-zu) 

1. m. of lti- d gdl-alim . and 

geme-^kal, 4, III, 26. 

2. m,. of nin-ezen and geme- 

A kal, 6, VII, 8. 

3. d. of gcme- d nina-agadc, 

10, I, 20. 

4. d. of igi- d baii-su, 4, III, 2. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 

* 



i. m. of sara-mubalit, 10, X, 
20. 

i. d. of nin-sa, 6, VII, 7. 
*nin-ezen 

1. d. of A bau-azagzn, 10, VI, 

ii. 

2. d. of geme- d kal, 6, XII, 6. 

3. d. of geme- A sin, 6, VII, 

14. 

4. d. of nin-e-izu, 6, VII, 9. 

5. 6, VV 15; 14, I, 12; II, 

7; 15, III, 9.18; IV, 15; 
16, I, 9; III, 22. 
*nin-e-zu 

i. su-i, 1 6, II, 2. 
*nin-gaba-ri-nu-tu(gu) (Cf. m- 

ka-ba-nu-tu(gu)) 
i. d. of nin-gcli, 4, III, 20. 
*nin-gdl-ktis 

! J 4, II, 3; 15, I, 7; 16, I, 

16. 

**nin-gal? -\-sag 
i. 20, I, ii. 



mn-gi-na 

i. 14, II, ii ; 15, II, 14; 1 6, 

II, LI IV, 14. 
*nin-gir-su-e-ba-du 

i. d. of nin-azagzu, 4, I, 28. 
* d mn-gir-sn-inim-ne-dug 
i. 25, IV, 4. 



1. m. of geme-dim-azagga, 

6, V, 1 6. 

2. 6,1, 17; 14, 1,9.16; 15, I, 

9; 16, I, 6; IV, ii. 

i. m. of nin-gabari-mttugu, 

4, HI, 21. 
*nin-ib-gu-ul 

i. m. of nin-kinuni^-c, 10, 

II, 17- 
*nin-IGI-. . . . 

i. d. of ubartum, 14, II, i. 
nln-IGI + DUB-zi 

1. d. of istar-ummi, 14, I, 2; 

16, I, 2. 

2. d. of ubartum, 16, I, 15. 

3. 14, 111,2; 15, III, 19; 16, 

II, 13- 
*nin-ib-ta-e 

i. 4, III, 16. 
*nin-i-ti 

i. 14,11, 5; 16, I, 18. 
*nin-ka-ba-nu-tu(gu) 

i. d. of geme-nun-sabar, 4, I, 

*nin-ka-gi-na, "SAL-\-KU-ka-gi- 
na 

1. m. of gcme-barsiga, 6, 

XIV, 4. 

2. m. of geme-*nama, and 

lugal-kagina, "6, II, 12. 



TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 



3. m. of geme-sadng, 10, X, 

26. 

4. d. of geme- d sin, 6, XI, n. 

5. "6. I, 18; 10, II, 14; 14, 

III, ii ; 16, II, 21. 
*nin-"KAL 

1. m. of gala- d bau, 10, X, 29. 

2. 16, III, 26. 
*mn-kal-la, "SAL+KU-kal-la 

1. d. of geme-gestardu, "10, 

XII, i. 

2. "14, I, 18; 16, I, 14. 
*nin-ki-gdr-ra 

i. 6, IX, 9. 
*M/H-/-W 

i. 6, X, 8. 
*nin-ki-nit-nir ki -e 

i. d. of nin-ibgul, 10, II, 16. 
*nin-lag-a-ni 

i. d. of mddu, 10, VII, 15. 



i. m. of /n^a-* ---- , 4, IV, 

i. 
*mn-lit-mag 

i. 6. VI, 3. 
* n in -lit -sag -sag, "n in-ln-sag-sag 

1. d. of ur-tc-na, 10, IX, 22. 

2. 4 , HI, I, "15, IV, 9 ;"i6, 

III, 19. 
*nin-lii-til-til 

i. 10, X, 18. 
*nin-ma-gitr-ri 

i. 6, XI, 8; i6,III,9; IV, 9. 
*nin-ma-na-ga-dni 

I. m. of lu- d ningirsu, 4, II, 9. 
^miMfior* 1 (sic!) 

i. d. of immasi, 10. IX, 27. 
*nin-mar* i -Hnitn 

1. PA, 30, 7. 

2. 25, I, 16. 



2 9 



! 13- 7- 
*nin-me-ab-ta 

1. d. of geme-us-sndda, 10, 

VI, 16. 

2. d. of ur- d utu, 10, XII, 26. 
*nin-iiie-ld)n 

1. m. of d- d bau-ta and ^a^r- 

d bait-tugii, 4, III, 8. 

2. I 4 , I, 15; III, 4 ; 15, II, 

5; HI, 8; 16, I, 12; II, 
15; HI, 16. 

*nin-}iie-))id-. . . . 

i. 6, VI. 17. 
*nin-nui 

i. m. of liigal-nsim, 4, II, 14. 
*nin-mit-ddg 

i. 4. HI, ii. 
*nin-mu-ma-kal 

i. 10, I, 13. 



i. 19, III, 13. 

*nin-mu-sit-igi-mu 

1. d. of geme-dub-pisan, 6, 

VI, 5- 

2. d. of nin-azagzn, 6, V, 2. 

3. PA-URU, 10, 1, 23. 

*nin-niu-sn-na 

i. d. of ama-kalla, 10, I, 6. 
*nin-nam-ga-m 

1. m. of d bau-ibgu, 4, III, 18. 

2. 4, I. 4. 
*mn-nam-}iiag-zu 

i. 16, III, 3.12. 



i. m. of sag-^ban-tugn, 4, I, 

3- 
r 

i. 16, IV, 5. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



*nin-NE-mu (wr. SAL + KU- 
NE-mu) 

i. 10, IX, 21. 
*nin- d nin-iir-ra 

i. 16, I, 19. 
*nin-nu-miwu-e 

i. 6, XIV, 7. 
*nw-/>a-' 

i. d. of geme- d bau, 4, II, 19. 



i. 29, III, 10; V, 21. 
*nin-ra-mn-gi, "SAL-\-KU-ra- 
mu-gi 

1. m. of damu-mangi, 6, XI, 

5- 

2. d. of nin-azaggam, 10, I, 

10. 

3. "6, III, ii ; 10, II, ii. 
*nin-sa 

i. m. of nin-e-su, 6, VII, 6. 
*nin-sa-gab 

1. m. of lu- a negun, 6, I, 15. 

2. d. of geme- d kal, 6, XII, 13. 

3. 6, V, 12 ;X, 9. 
*nin-sag-e 

1. d. of geme- d kal, 4, II, n. 

2. d. of UD-mn-su, 10, VI, 

14- 
*nin-sal-dug-ga 

i. 10, 1,25. 
*nin-si-gar (wr. 5/4L + KU -si- 

gar} 
i. m. of nin-abbana, 6, III, 

10. 
*nm-^i-jd 

i. m. of nin-dumuabzu, 4, I, 
27. 



i. d. of iluma,, 10, I, 3. 
*nin-ses-a-na (wr. SAL -\- KU- 
ses-a-na} 

i. 6, VI, 9. 
* d nin-subur-ama-wiu 

i. 10, III, 7. 
*m-ar-wa 

i. 16, III, 24. 

*nin-tur-a-ba (wr. ^^4L + KU- 
tur-a-ba) 

i. d. of a-a-a, 6, III, 13. 



i. 14, II, 21 ; 15, I, 14. 
*nin-TUR-TUR 

i. 16, IV, 10. 
*nin-ur-ra-ni 

i. d. of geme-d-. . . ., 10, XI, 
18. 



* 



1. d. geme-mama, 4, II, 31. 

2. 10, X, 9. 



nn-i-sm-e, nn-u-sm 

1. m. of geme-nru ki , and 

nin-sara-tugu, "4, II, 7. 

2. d. of lu- d ra, 10, IX, 13. 
*nin-ns-snd (wr. nin- -f- SAL- 

sud*) 

1. d. of geme-nun-sabar, 4, 1, 

15- 

2. 10, VII, 25. 

*nin-zag-gi-si 
i. 16, III, 5. 



i. m. of nigga-*. . . ., 4, IV, 

ii. 



i. d. of nin-nsim, 4, II, 6. 



i. 15, III, ii ; 16, I, 13. 



m-su-ma 

i. gir, 10, XII, 22. 
*ni-sag-ga 



TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 

2. 25, III, 9. 

i. gir, 18, IV, 9. 



i. PA-URU, d. of magitrri 

10, III, 18. 
nu-hi-lnm 

i. f. of abza. . . ., 10, IV, 4. 
nu-ra-a 

i. 22, III, 27. 
nu-ur-i-[li] 

i. 8, VII, 17. 
nu-ur-is-tar 

I- 36, 15- 
pad-da 

i. dam-gar, 23, VI, 5. 
*ru-ba-at 

i. 14, I, i; 16, I, i. 
*sag-' 1 ba-u-tu(gu) 

1. m. of geme- d utu, 4, III, 

27. 

2. d. of nin-m-elam, 4, III, 7. 

3. d. of nin-nanga, 4, I, 2. 

4. d. of *nina-a9namu i 10, 

VI, 20. 



i. 6, I, 12. 
sag-nin-kalam 

i. JIM, 14, II, 12. 



i. 16, II, 7. 

/-ir-ra 

i, 16, III, 20. 



i. f. of igi-kar-geme, 3, IV, 

ii. 
sa-da- .... 

i. s. of gude. . . ., 10, V, 8. 
*sa-ga-dug-ga 

i. m. of nin-dub-pisan, 6, V, 
ii. 



i. s. of ses-kalla, 10, XII, 10. 
sag-sag 

i. 6, II, i. 
sam-rum 

i. /M, 24, II, 10 ; III, 26; 

35, 19- 
*sa-mn-zu 

i. 6, XII, 4. 
d sara-\-sag 

i. dub-sar, 8, X, 6. 
*sara-mu-ba-li-it 

1. m. of geme-barsiga and d. 

of nin-e-mangi, 10, X, 
19- 

2. 6, IV, 12. 

*sa-ra- d ba-u 

1. d. of a bau-ibgitl, 4, I, 7. 

2. d. of geme-gis-gigir, 4, I, 

3i- 

3. d. of d KAL-ri-silimmii, 4, 

I, 13- 
*sa-ra-tu (gu) 

i. d. of geme-dumunisu, 4, 

HI, 14- 
sar-ru-. . . . 

i. gir-arad, 8, VIII, 7. 
*sa-si-irf-ru}ii 

i. 16, IV, 7. 
J^-a-Ki 

i. 14, I, 8. 
*scs-e-ma-gi 

i. m. of ur- d ban,a.ndku- <i ban, 

4, IV, 4- 

.srif-&a/-/a 

1. f. of dada, 10, XII, ii. 

2. s. of lu- d bau, 20, II, n. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



3. s. of lii-sig, 20, II, 8. 

4. s. of ur-e-nun, 10, II, 5. 

5. 10, IX, 12; 13, 10; 17, 

IV, 9; 19, I, 17; 25, J- 

20.24; II, 8. 
Jdr-w<?-a 

i. 20, I, 8. 
ses-slg 

1. 0ir, 2, I, 22. 

2. 5, II, 2. 



i. ?#ar, 34, II, n. 
*si-ni-da-a 

i. 4, III, 13. 
sir-bur-la ki -e 

i. 25, I, 19. 
*jrzV-,y 

I. 14, II, 15; 16, II, 5. 
*sii-gal-bi 

i. 15, IV, 14. 
*sii-lnl 

i. 10, XI, 6. 
*sii-lul-2i 

i. 10, XI, 23. 
sil-na 

i. gir, 10, XII, 25. 
*su-na-mu-gi 

i. m. of geme-^bau, 10, II, 

20. 
d $0- d sin 

i. lugal, 10, IX, 28. 
*ta-din-es-tdr 

i. 10, V, 4. 



i. 15, I, 10. 
*u-bar-tum 



1. m. of nin-igi-dup-si, 14, 

11,2; 16, i, 15. 

2. 15, III, 10; 16, III, 27; 

IV, 2. 



u-da-ur-ra 

i. ^ir, 10, VIII, 1 6. 
dWa 

I. 20, I, 22. 

*nd-mu-sil 

I. m. of nw-sag-e, 10, VI, 

15- 
ii-du-lit 

i. 9, IV, 13. 
*w#-aw 

i. m. of geme-uru ki , 4, II, 

16. 
zWa-m 

i. 8, XV, 5. 
um-ma-bal 

i. s. of ur-^sin, 10, XI, n. 



i. s. of nr-mes-diigf ..... 

10, XII, 16. 

*um-mi-ta-bat (wr. um-mi-DA- 
BAD) 

i. d. of ur- d nina, 10, VIII, 9. 

-dug-da 

i. 10, IX, 20. 



i. f. of ur-*bau f 10, XII, 5. 
ur- d a-hi 

i. n, II, 15. 
ur-al-la 

i. 7, VI, 20. 
ur-amar-azag-ga 

i. f. of ur- d bau, 7, II, 15. 
wr-a^a^-^ 

i. 27, I, ii. 
nr-ba-bi 

1. ntt-ljf, 7, VI, 8. 

2. 19,11,8. 
ur-bdd-ditr-ra 

i. 17, II, 16; 20, 1, 6. 



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33 



ur- d ba-il 

1. s. of gala- d bau, 4, II, 21. 

2. s. of lu-^mngirsn, 7, VII, 

ii. 

3. s. of nabasag, 7, 1, 22. 

4. s. of ses-e-magi, 4, IV, 2. 

5. s. of ur-d-dam, 10, XII, 5. 

6. s. of iir-amar-asagga, 7, 

II, 14- 

7. s. of ur-id-edinna, 24, II, 

20. 

8. s. of ur-sagdug, 20, II, 13. 

9. 7i<WCC7, 7, I, 7- 

10. i, 8, VI, 15. 

11. nii-banda, 24, II, 3; III, 

24- 

12. PA, 35, 22. 

13. sabra, 27, VII, 30. 

14. pa-te-si, 8, XIII, 13. 

15. PA-URU, 10, IV, 20. 
1 6. sang u, 21, 7. 

17. sag-ga, n, 1,8. 

J 8. 3. V, 15; io,I, 16; 19,1, 
2.7.15; 25, I, 2.12; II, 
6; IV, 2.7 ;V, i ; 26, II, 
5; HI, 10 ; IV, 7; 29, V, 
15- !6; 30. 18.32. 
ur- d da-mu 

1. #//a, 7, VI, 23 

2. 25, III, 6. 
ur-dii-asag-ga (wr. ur-D UL-azag- 



1. 10, XII, 3. 
nr-dub 

i- PA, 33, 16. 

2. 3, I, 12; 6, XV, 4; 17, II, 
^ 14; 19, HI, 5; 21, 8. 

ur-dub-gu-ru 

I. 19, I, 22. 



ur-dub-lal 

i. 8, IX, 21. 
ur-ditb-pisdn 

i. s. of geme- d narna, 6, VI, 

12. 
nr-du-ge-gitb-ba (wr. ur-DUL- 

ge-gub-ba) 
i. 25, IV, 21. 
M r- d J wz u-zi-da, "ur- d dnmu-zi 

1. dam-gar, i, IV, n; 22, 

IV, 6. 

2. "10, V, 16; "13, 4; 22, IV, 

i. 



i. (/w)Mr-ra, 8, VI, 8; XI, 

13- 
ur-*dun-pa-e ' , " ur-dun-pa-e 

1. </ir, 10, VIII, 12; 19, I, 3. 

2. kit-dim, 22, III, 26. 

3. i, I, 5; 2, IV, 5; 5, IV, 

29; ii, IV, i; 19, II, 4 ; 
22, III, 9; 23, I, 8; V, 
ii ; "25, II, 12.20. 
iir- d dur-nnn-ka 

I- 5, IV, 27. 
ur-? 

i. 22, I, 6. 
itr-e-an-na 

1. engar, 33, 4. 

2. 25, III, 14. 
ur-e-dub 

i. 19, III, ii. 
ur-e-mag 

i. gir, 3, II, 29. 
ur-e-niiis 

i. 25, VI, 3. 
nr-engar 

i. f. of ur-kas, 5, V, 33. 



34 



ur-en-du ki 

i. f. of ur-nigin-gar, 10, III, 

3. 
nr-e-ninnu 

i. 18, III, 20; 19, II, 5; 27, 

II, 2; 35, 19. 
ur- d en-ki 

i. gu-za-ld, 7, II, 20. 
ur-e-nun, "u-r-e-nun-na 

1. f. of ses-kalla, 10, II, 5. 

2. s. of nisagga, "10,. Ill, 20. 
3- 10, VI, 18. 

ur-e-sag 

i. 25, I, 8. 
ur-es-LAL+KlSAL 

i. 13, 14- 
ur- d gdl-alim, "ur-gal-alim 

1. ab-gal, 10, VI, 4. 

2. #zr, 17, V, i. 

3- PA, "35, 23. 

4- 13, 9; 19, II, i;III, 8; 

IV, 2; 20, I, 4.9; 24, I, 
7- 



- 25, III, 5. 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 

ur-gu 



1. f. of -%/, 8, XV, 4. 

2. sag-tun, 10, XI, 7. 

3- 13, 13; 19, i, 7; 25, iv, 

23- 
nr-gigir-ma 

i. 20, I, 15. 
ur-gis-gigir, "ur- d gis-gigir 

1. s. of barm-ana, "2, IV, 8; 

5, IV, 15. 

2. 0ir, 10, X, 12. 

3- 20, I, 13- 
nr-^gis-bil-ga-mes 

i. 25, III, 13.21. 



i. 9, IV, 15- 
ur-gu-en-na 

i. 19, I, 6. 
ur-gu-la-mu 

i. 20, I, 14. 
ur-id-edin-na 

i. f. of iir- a bau, 24, II, 20. 
wr- igi-zi-bar-ra 

i. 7, III, 18; 24, I, 14; 29, 

. II, 10. 
ur- A lM 

i. 20, I, 2; 35, 6. 



i. s. of e-kigalla, 17, II, 8. 



1. f. of lu-gis-gigir, 19, II, 

10. 

2. s. of atu, 7, III, 20. 

3. s. of kabda, 10, XIV, i. 

4. s. of ur-gar, 8, XV, 3. 

5. s. of ur-mes, 35, 7. 

6. engar, f . of iig-dm, 10, IX, 

18. 

7. P^, 35, 26. 

8. pa-tc-si, 17, VI, 10 ; 28, 

IV, 13- 

9. sib-ansu, 6, XIII, 7. 

10. 9, I, 3; II, 6; III, 15; 

24, I, 9- 



i. s. of ur-engar, 5, V, 33. 
ur-ki-gu-la 

i. 25, IV, 12. 
ur-ki-lal-la 

i. 0ir, 4, VIII, 4. 
ttf-/t 

i. 18, I, 7; II, 8.17, etc. 
ur-lugal 

i. 25, HI, 8. 



TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 



35 



itr-lug, "urging 

i. "14, I, 6; 15, II, 6; III, 

16, I, 4. 
iir-ma-ma 

i. 19, I, 20. 
iir- d ma-mi 

1. grir, 3, II, 26. 

2. nu-banda, 8, X, 15. 
ur-mts 

1. f. of r-**a/, 35, /. 

2. /M, 10, IX, 8. 

3. h. of sii-lul, 10, XI, 7. 
iir-mes-diig?-. . . . 

i. f. of ummanu, 10, XII, 

17- 
iir-gig-kisal 

1. lii-sim, 3, I, ii. 

2. 2, IV, ii. 
ur-mu 

i. 7, I, 5- 
r-"A' -.... 

I. S. Of MtfHO, 4, IV, 12. 

ur- d nc-gun, 

i. 26, I, 12; III, 1.19. 
itr-nigin 

i. 2. II, 9. 
nr-nigin-gar 

i. s. of ur-en-dn- 1 '',' 10, III, 

8. 
ur-aim 

I. 25, VI, 2. . 






1. f. of umnri-tobat, 10, 

VIII, 10. 

2. s. of nabasag, 18, III, n. 

3. gu-za-la, 29, I, 17. 

4. P^4, 10, III, 17. 

5. 13, 5; 18, IV, 8; 20, 1, 20; 

24, III, 10. 



nr-nin-a-su 

i. 25, II, 14. 
ur- d nin-glr-su 

1. nu-banda, 30, 2. 

2. 19, I, 13. 



i. 25, I, 18. 
itr- d nin-sii (error for d nin-gir-suf) 

i. 25, I, 25. 
r-*ffm-Jfof 

I. 5r;r, 3, II, 20. 



1. f. of lii-gina, 24, II, 18. 

2. 5, II. 5; 25, I, 3- 
iir-nif>rit kl 

i. 8, XII, 30- 
iir- d nisaba 

i. 26, IV, 10. 
ur-numiin-dug-ga, "nr-munun-dug 

1. s. of d bau-azagzu, 4, II, 25. 

2. s. of nin-azagzu, 4, IV, 5. 

3- "i3 3- 
nr- d nun-gal 

i. i, III, 35; 3, HI, 35; 21, 

5- 
ur-*pa-sag 

1. gu-za-la, 7, II, 26; 10, IV. 

9- 

2. 6. X, 3; 25, IV, 1. 10. 

nr- d ra 

i. sabra, 7, III, 14. 

ur-sag-. . . . 

i. s. of batasag, 4, IV, 7. 



i. f. of ur-*bau, 20, II, 13. 



i. 10, IV, 18. 



i. 25, I, 15; 26, II, 12; III, 
'3- 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



ur-SAL+ISlB-kab-gi 

i. 25, IV, 3. 
nr- d sin 

1. engar, 33, 14. 

2. su-ga, ii, I, 3. 

3. 10, XI, 12. 
ur-sag-ga 

1. /#, 8, V, 1 6. 

2. WM, 7, VI, 21. 

3. nu-banda, 30, 3. 

4. 7, I, i; 10, VIII, 7; 20, I, 

18. 
ur- d sara 

1. pisan-dtib-ba, 2, IV, 29. 

2. 3,111,34; 5, III, 21. 
ur-se-il-la 

I- 25, II, 13. 



i. sib-udu-sig-ga, 7, III, 25. 
ur-TUR 

J- 35, 13- 
ur-TUR-TUR 

1. nu-banda, 25, V, 7. 

2. 25, VI, i. 
nr- d iiras-gal 

i. /M->7, 10, XI, 25. 
ttr-^fz/ 

i. ma-du-dii, f. of nin-meab- 
ta, 10, XII, 27. 



i. f. of nikalla, 7, I, 29. 
ur-da-at 

i. P^, 33, 7. 
ur-gar-dug 

i. f. of afw, 7, I, 25. 
iir-n'-&a-tfw 

i. s. of atu, 20, II, 17. 
uru-i-tus 

i. s. of e-gis-ge 4, II, i. 



i. mu, 3, IV, 3. 
ur- a su-dam 

i. su-ga e-an-na, 10, XII, 7. d 
ur- d su-an-na 

i. 25, II, 5. 
r-te-wtf 

i. lid-KU, f. of nin-lu-sag- 
sag, 7, I, 15; 10, IX, 23. 



i. 24, I, 13.17.19.23; II, 

2.4.7. 
a utu-bar-ra 

1. engar, 34, III, 10. 

2. 10, VIII, 2; 19, III, i. 
d utu-gdl-kus 

i. 20, I, 5. 
d utu-mu 

i- 35, 3i- 
utu-sag-ga 

i. P^4, s. of liigal-usumgal, 

20, I, i. 
A utu-usum-gal 

i- 30, 23. 



1. m. of geme- d ntu, 6, V, 14. 

2. 6, V, 4. 



i. 10, IV, 15. 
za-na-a 

i- 30, 25. 
*zn-diig (cf. su-diig} 

i. 14, II, 17. 



i. 



, 29, V, ii. 



DESCRIPTION OF TABLETS 



TEXT 
I 



PLATE 

1-2 



KING 

A mar- d Sin 



[Measurements are given in millimeters, length (height), width 
(thickness).] 

YEAK CATAL. 

8 66 1 Baked. Meas. : 145 : 80: 24. Con- 
tents : Account of the expenses 
of Ur-Dumuzi, the merchant, 
from Umma. 

4 832 Baked. Meas. : 145 : 95 : 24. Con- 
tents: Account of wages paid 
to women workers. From Um- 



2 3-4 Amar-^S in 



3 5-6 Amur- Sin 8 664 



4 7-8 Dungi 44 183 



5 9-10 Amar- d Sin 2 663 



6 11-14 Aiar- d Sin 4 179 



7 15-17 Date destroyed 171 



ma. 

Large baked tablet. Weathered. 
Meas. : 172 : 1 12 : 25. Con- 
tents: Expenditures of differ- 
ent kinds of beverages. From 
Umma ( ?). 

Left portion of baked tablet. 
Meas. : 1 1 1 : 50 : 29. Contents : 
Account of wages paid to wo- 
men workers and to their chil- 
dren. From Telloh. 

Baked tablet. Meas.: 154:122: 
24. Contents : Account of 
wages paid to women workers. 
From Umma. 

Upper portion of large, baked tab- 
let. Meas. : 115 :228:45. Con- 
tents: Account of wages paid 
to women workers and to their 
children. From Telloh. 

Left lower corner of large, baked 
tablet. Meas. : 149 : 126 : 44. 
Contents: Account of cattle 
and flocks. From Telloh. 



37 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS FROM 



8 18-21 Amar- d Sin 5 864 Upper portion of very large tab- 

let. Meas. : 230 : 224 : 47. 
Contents : Account of cereals, 
flour, beverages, etc., used in 
paying laborers. From Telloh. 

9 22 Date destroyed 161 Central portion of a baked tablet. 

Meas.: 111:121:12. Con- 
tents: Account of cattle. 
From Telloh. 

10 23-26 Date destroyed 852 Lower portion of large, baked tab- 

let. Meas. : 187 : 218 : 35. Con- 
tents: Account of wages paid 
to women workers and to their 
children. From Telloh. 

11 27-28 Amar- d Sin i 656 Half-baked tablet. Meas.: 160: 

82 : 32. Contents : List of 

different things, constituting 

the capital of Ur-Dunpae. 

From Umma( ?). 
155 Baked tablet. Meas. : 76 : 47 : 17. 

Contents : Account of oxen 

and donkeys. From Drehem. 

Translated on p. 8. 
13 29 Diingi, 43 160 Baked tablet. Meas.: 85:48:22. 

Contents: Account of barley. 

From Telloh. 
835 Unbaked tablet. Meas.: 130: 

72 : 23. Contents : Account of 

wages paid to women workers. 

From Umma. 
833 Unbaked tablet. Meas. : 143 : 87 : 

22. Contents : Account of 

wages paid to women workers. 

From Umma. 
665 Baked tablet. Meas. : 142 : 83 : 24. 

Contents: Account of wages 

paid to women workers. From 

Umma. 
I 7 35-36 Dungi 44 151 Baked tablet. Meas. : 142 : 95 : 24. 

Contents: Account of flocks, 



12 29 Ur Dynasty 



14 30 Ibi- d Sin 



15 31-32 Ur Dynasty 



33-34 Ibi- d Sin 



TELLOH, YOKHA AND DREHEM 



39 



37-38 Amar- d Sin I 177 



19 39 Dungi 46 191 



20 40-41 Dungi 



21 41 



159 



22 42 Amar- d Sin 4 673 



23 43-44 Amar- d Sin 6 662 



24 45-46 Dungi 



25 47-48 

26 49-50 



Dungi 44 

Amar-*Sin I 



200 



189 



154 



representing the revenues of 
the shepherds. From Telloh. 
Translated on p. 9. 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 130 : 84 : 26. 
Contents: Account of barley, 
received as offerings. From 
Telloh. 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 1 10 : 66 : 25. 
Contents : Account of the pro- 
duce derived from various or- 
chards. From Telloh. 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 96 : 65 : 24. 
Contents : Account of the pro- 
duce derived from various or- 
chards. 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 89 : 54 : 22. 
Contents : Account of flocks. 
From Drehem. Translated on 
p. 6. 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 115 : 75 : 22. 
Contents: Account of opera- 
tions in silver, made by Ur- 
Dumuzi, the merchant. From 
Umma. 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 145 : 90 : 
21. Contents: Detalied ac- 
count of the yearly expenses of 
Padda, the merchant. From 
Umma. 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 118: 72 : 27. 
Contents : Account of opera- 
tions concerning cereals. From 
Telloh. 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 1 1 5 : 84 : 26. 
Contents: Pay-list of laborers. 
From Telloh. 

Baked tablet. Meas.: 137:116: 
25. Contents : Account of the 
barley used in feeding oxen and 
sheep. From Telloh. 



40 

27 Si-52 



SELECTED TEMPLE ACCOUNTS 



33 57 

34 58 

35 59 

36 59 



Amar- d Sin 



28 53 Ur Dynasty 



29 54-55 Dungi 



30 56 Not dated 



I 1 80 Large, unbaked tablet. Meas. : 
1 68 : 157 : 30. Contents : Ac- 
count of oxen and of their fod- 
der. From Telloh. 

173 Baked tablet. Meas. : 122 : 78 : 29. 
Contents : Measurements of 
fields and account of the seed 
used for them. From Telloh, 
Translated on p. n. 

37 165 Baked tablet. Meas: 127: 117: 28. 
Contents: Account of pay- 
ments. From Telloh. Trans- 
lated on p. 12. 

157 Baked tablet. Meas. 95:50:22. 
Contents : List of laborers and 
of their assignments. From 
Telloh. Translated on p. 3. 

31 56 Amar- d Sin 3 654 Baked tablet. Meas.: 37:33:8. 

Contents: Account of flocks. 
From Telloh. Translated on 
p. 9. 

148 Left upper corner of baked tablet. 
Meas.: 115:62:35. Con- 
tents : Paylist. From Tel- 
loh (?). 

Baked tablet. Meas. : 50 : 42 : 15. 
Contents: Account of fields. 
From Umma. 

Lens-shaped tablet. Meas. Diam. : 
84, Thickness: 27. Contents: 
Account of barley used for 
seed. From Telloh. 

147 Baked tablet. Meas. : 198 : 45 : 25. 
Contents: Account of barley, 
used for seed. 

Unbaked tablet. Meas. : 52 : 46 : 
1 6. Contents: Account of 
flocks, representing offerings to 
several gods. From Drehen. 
Translated on p. 7. 



32 57 Date destroyed 



Amar- d Sin 7 

Amar- d Sin 3 

Dungi 41 

Dungi 44 



645 



163 



642 



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Coi. 2 




20 



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Coi. 3 




12 



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COL. 2 




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COL. 3 



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